GARETH GWYN



Founder & Lead Facilitator: Let's See Labs


Author: You Are Us: How To Build Bridges in a Polarized World ︎


Innovation is no longer just about new ideas. It's about freeing people to love, trust, and imagine.


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*[Images and art sources: Cristian Boian, Diana Shams]

Open Inquiry


Polarities are a natural part of any culture. However, these forces are often related to with tension, conflict, or as problems to solve.

What role does self-liberation play in harnessing polarities to build bridges within families, communities, and the workplace?

 
Let’s See Labs is a think tank that is the leading advocate for the radical notion that polarity is a creative engine in organizations. We recognize that our differences in identity are highly compatible, and can be a source of connection rather than conflict. Our generative methodology uses storytelling, authentic relating, and inductive growth-work to create teams who have been liberated to use polarities as a strategy to unleash unrivaled creative advantages.



Open Call for Stories

Liberated leaders embrace the responsibility of creating deeper connections in their communities, families, and workplaces in which polarization might otherwise result in division. By integrating their polarities, resolving their traumas, and freeing themselves from prescribed identities, these leaders are now embodying and inspiring others to also liberate themselves.

Have you, or someone you know, chosen to go through a process of inner and inter-personal transformation as an avenue for self-liberation and social impact?

I am collecting stories of individuals who have spent time in deep introspection resulting in self-realization and a redefining of their identities previously created through socio-cultural constructs. This personal transformation enabled them to let go of outward blame and take steps towards an experience and expression of inner freedom.

The stories are to broaden the scope of understanding across cultural identities related to it's various facets, including but not limited to race, religion, gender, socio-economic status, politics, and other areas where cultural tensions emerge.
COMPLETE THIS FORM to share your story, get involved, and/or nominate someone who is a change-generator after a fierce reckoning with self. 



“The understanding of oneself is not a result, a culmination; it is seeing oneself from moment to moment in the mirror of relationship - one’s relationship to property, to things, to people and to ideas.” J.Krishnamurti



[Image source: Isabel Castano]

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